International students

Make your dreams of studying in the U.S. a reality.

International student admission

Ready to study in the U.S.? Nearly 25 percent of our students come from around the world. If you’re thinking about earning a degree by studying in the U.S., apply to Lynn as an international student.

You’re an international student if you’re a: 

  • Citizen of a country other than the U.S. and your passport is from that country
  • U.S. citizen and your home address, high school or university is outside of the U.S.
  • Permanent resident of the U.S. and your home address, high school or university is outside of the U.S.
Undergraduate international student, Eloisa Sarmiento, uses her iPad Pro with keyboard outside.

Undergraduate

Admission instructions for international first-year and transfer students.

Students listen in class.

Graduate

Admission instructions for international graduate students.

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Visa information

A guide for international students studying in the U.S.

Transfer credits
Transfer credits

Find information about how Lynn awards credit earned at other institutions, including the Transfer Evaluation System.

Contact Admission / More info

Phone number

+1 561-237-7900

Toll free 

1-800-888-5966

Fax

+1 561-237-7100

Email address

admission@lynn.edu

Office hours
Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.

Meet your admission counselor

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